“Outward Thinking” in  Retirement

“Outward Thinking” in Retirement

  Susan Hesk  Clinical Psychologist Sometimes when you are feeling like quiet time, you might sit next to the window in your office. Perhaps, your quiet place is sitting on a bench under the acacia tree, or in the bath. Problem is, if you were unable to mark out...
Sinks and Sources

Sinks and Sources

  I define Emotional energy as the effect that people meet when interacting with another person. Often, as a result of this interaction, both people leave the interaction, one feeling energised (the sink) and the other drained or exhausted (the source). In my...
Is the Glass Half full or Half Empty?

Is the Glass Half full or Half Empty?

  In my opinion, this is a positive and considered response. It offers the feeling that while perfection is seldom achieved, there will almost always be others less fortunate than me and my condition could worsen without any input from me. To my wife, the...
No more excuses; how to beat the retirement odds.

No more excuses; how to beat the retirement odds.

   Marilize Lansdell, Chief Executive Officer, PSG Wealth The statistic that only 6% of South Africans can retire comfortably is often quoted in the media – usually in the context of how dismally we fare when it comes to saving for retirement. While we are a nation of...
Remaining positive in Retirement.

Remaining positive in Retirement.

The best way to show how powerful this topic is , will be to provide examples from some people I have met, who display either of these traits I will first discuss the inwardly thinking by providing a definition reflected below; “The definition of inward is someone...